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As Reeves Strawbridge worked on an exhibit for the Shelburne Historical Society, she discovered she had an affinity for local history.

Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department held its annual wild land fire training last week to help us sharpen our skills on this aspect of firefighting. A note from photographer Lee Krohn: while th…

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The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, whose members refer to it as CoCoRaHS, is an organization of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who measure rain, hail and snow and record these measurements on the group’s interactive website.

Students from Treewild Forest classroom hauled in 100 black willow rods to root along the banks of the LaPlatte River to stabilize the area around the LaPlatte Crossing suspension footbridge.

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Last Friday night, March 26, about 30 amphibian enthusiasts gathered on Pond Road in Shelburne to help amphibians to safety in the wetlands next to Shelburne Pond.

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Last week, Gov. Phil Scott recognized Wake Robin residents for jumping into the fight against COVID-19 at the beginning of the pandemic by making personal protective equipment.

Thirty-two students from Champlain Valley Union High School participated in the school’s annual SleepOut on Friday, March 26, to raise money for Spectrum Youth and Family Services.

In a shocking turn of events, the much-discussed ham radio towers which Zachary Manganello plans to erect at his Dorset Street home, will be made entirely of … pork.

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On a warm, beautiful first day of spring, more than 80 people showed up at Burlington City Hall on Church Street to protest racism against people of Asian descent.

Caitlin Waddick is tired of school and most youth fundraisers, but she said she was happy to put in hours of manual labor building a tiny house to raise money for The Way of the Bard.

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Both new members of the Shelburne Selectboard, Luce Hillman and Cate Cross said they ran as a way of giving back to their community.

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